Incredible Animated Typography Resource from Animography

February 3, 2021Resources

If you’re a graphic designer you need to check out Animography.net. It’s a fantastic resource for animated typography that can be exported for use on animation program, After Effects. I was blown away by the range and detail of the type animation – and the control a designer has over each letter. Some of my … Read More


Using Colour Sparingly in Design

February 1, 2021Editorial design

We’d like to welcome Chevening to the Red Onion ranks. Chevening is a global academic awards program, supported by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and partner organisations. We created this brand new magazine from scratch and we’d like to share with you some insight into the design decisions that were made. We used … Read More


New Classm8s Card Game for Kids

September 24, 2020Design case studies

  This is a 3D rotatable image of a new card game we’ve designed. Spin the card pack with your mouse or finger – cool eh? The card game concept was created by Connected Kids Club and we worked closely with the client to create a retail product that kids love to play, and parents/carers … Read More


Divine Chocolate Impact Report Promotional Video

May 7, 2020Design case studies

We’re very proud to have designed this new Divine Chocolate Impact Report, plus infographics, icons and social media assets, centred around the theme of ‘The Chocolate that Champions Women’. Take a look at the video to see examples from the project, and turn up the volume for some gentle music.    


Why the current Limited Company furlough plan is illogical

April 22, 2020Strategy

What the government is trying to do is support workers through uncertain times. The furlough is primarily an initiative for employees, not directors (hence it only relates to PAYE, not dividends). One of the main aspects that is illogical, is that you can no longer generate work for your own company if you furlough yourself … Read More